Finding your place in the world and more importantly embracing who you are is one of the hardest things young people face.
Students are on a unique journey as they navigate the question of who they really are, try to embrace their individuality, be confident and resilient in following their own life path and celebrate all that they can be. This program will help to increase self belief, worth, diversity, resilience and acceptance of others. Panelists will share their personal stories, choices and journeys at school and beyond.
YOUR STUDENTS WILL LEARN:
- The importance of self respect and worth
- How to deal with bullying
- Embracing and celebrating individuality
- What it means to "Just BU"
- Finding your own place in the world
Year 7 to 12
We have a range of presenters that will be suitable for our programs. Whilst we can't confirm exactly who is available, below is an example of who you may expect to see:
Letters to My Teenage Self
Melbourne teenager Grace Halphen had a tough time transitioning to high school – she struggled to make friends and fit in. When she realised this was a common experience, she wondered why she’d felt so alone. When she was 13, she embarked on a project to contact all the public figures she admires, and asked them to provide advice to help teenagers navigate the inevitable ups and downs of adolescence.
In Letters to my Teenage Self, 50 prominent Australians write heartfelt letters to their younger selves, passing on the wisdom they wish they’d had at the time.
Healthy Clean Times
19 year old Ellie Laffner has been running her Instagram page "Healthy Clean Times" for 2 years and has over 51K followers...crazy!
Currently working in the wellness industry Ellie is empowering woman to take a balanced and relaxed approach to health. She’s all about healthy food ideas, exercise, cool cafes, positive body image and just being yourself! The best thing is that she always keeps it real, raw and honest.
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